1969 Chevy Camaro Supercar 1000hp Arias 636ci Pro Street Running For Sale
Channel: Richie Collins
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Yes I did say street legal!! (Registered & Currently Licensed), Just imagine the stir you will cause at the local cruise in, car show or a visit to the race strip. You will definitely be in a class all your own. This is not the ride for the faint of heart or the bashful type who does not enjoy attracting a crowd.
The first thing you notice about this growling monster is the quality of the build. Everything is done perfect with nothing withheld and no expense spared. The fit and finish is beyond spectacular for this all metal 69. From the flawless body lines to the perfectly fabricated interior this build screams quality and beauty. There is no fiberglass here and no corners have been cut. The chassis is fabricated out of 4130 chrome- moly tubing built to 25-1c specifications. The custom interior is fabricated out of polished aluminum. The car is a true pro build from the well known Top Of The Hill in Pleasanton, Ca.
Seeing as how the car is all metal it does weigh in a little bit more than a fiberglass car might and to account for the extra weight the car sports a 10 litre 636ci Arias Hemi to move it down the road. The engine is built on an aluminum Arias block, with a Velasco 5-inch stroke billet crankshaft and uses Brooks aluminum connecting rods. The heads come from Arias and are hemi style aluminum with Arias shaft. MSD 7AL and MSD Super Coil ignition system. Ultra Dyne cam. Hand made headers.
Induction is from a massive Ron Caps Limited Production supercharger that uses an Arias magnesium intake manifold and an Enderle Buzzard-Catcher injector. This combination is capable of over 1800hp. Car is currently configured to run on gasoline.
Getting this amazing HP to the rear wheels is accomplished through Lenco 4- speed planetary transmission with a triple disc clutch, Lakewood bell-housing and a strange chrome-moly drive-shaft connected to a Ford 9" rearend.
I think that you are getting the picture about what is going on with this car. I have listed the more detailed technical information below for your pleasure. This car has been featured in Popular Hot Rodding and Car Craft magazines and copies come with the car.
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